Young Bridge (a.k.a. YB), born in Philadelphia, hit the streets at age 14 in his own hustle to pursue his dream to be an entrepreneur. Thirsty for the success, he began putting that dream into lyrics which have now become reality. 2009 was a pivotal year for him as he wrote his first single "Get It," which was released in September 2010. Moving crowds on an international level, the track made a name for itself and earned Young Bridge credibility as a multitalented hip hop/rap artist. Young Bridge's next single, "King Hustler" showcased his dynamic lyrical power and firmly placed him in the driver's seat of his career. But he keeps it real with a focus on positive change and community development. Commenting, Young Bridge said, "I'm trying to be positive, I'm mentoring and sharing my life lessons with other young people. While I've had my share of problems and bad experiences, and I've seen a lot of negativity in my life, I continue to make sure that the outcome is always positive, as is my mindset."
"They Be Hatin" is a unique hip hop track that is sure to get the clubs banging and the parties started. The beauty of the track is the simplicity of its message, which asks the question that a lot of people are already asking: Why do other people hate me? Is it my clothes, my car, my house, or my lady? With a seriously funky beat, and lyrics that are solidly delivered at alternating speeds between the chorus and verses, "They Be Hatin" delivers a solid performance. The single is the first of 15 tracks from the CD Different Strokes, which is slated for release in spring 2012. "They Be Hatin" is currently available for download at iTunes and Amazon.com . Young Bridge has plans to expand his music to other genres to provide an even more distinctive sound by combining hip hop and rap with rock, soul, blues, and R&B.